Cara Goldstein

Cara Goldstein serves as the Assistant Director of Caregiving Services and Supports for USAging. In this role, she works to strengthen the capacity of the Aging Network to develop and deliver services meeting the diverse needs of the nation’s caregivers through the Innovations in Family Caregiver Services and Supports Initiative. Previously, as the Director of Community Health for Johns Hopkins Health System she oversaw a team of community health workers and managed the implementation of community health interventions for Medicare patients. Cara also served as a Senior Advisor at AARP Foundation and as a Senior Policy Advisor with the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging. Cara began her career developing policies and programs for family caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren at non-profit organizations in Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA. Cara earned a Master’s degree in Social Welfare with a concentration in Gerontology from UC Berkeley.

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